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Kogod’s Master of Science in Taxation (MST) program gives students skills to distinguish themselves in the workforce. It opens career paths that support flexible and lucrative careers.
The School of International Service will honor the life and work of Professor Gary Weaver, who was a member of the American University community for more than 50 years, at a memorial service on April 29.
The School of International Service congratulates Professor Robin Broad on her Guggenheim Fellowship. She is the first SIS faculty member to win the prestigious award.
Sixteen-member board will help guide the School of Education.
Professorial lecturer Denise Saunders Thompson awarded $500,000 Mellon Grant.
The Immigration and Ethnic History Society (IEHS) presented AU History Professor Alan Kraut with its 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award.
Tech Ladymafia's Erie Meyer, who graduated from SOC in 2005, joins the leadership team at Code for America recently.
American University strategic communication graduate student Taylor Battle talks about the advantages of her program and her internship at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
“Studying in Bergen at NHH surpassed all of my expectations. It was an experience of adventure, learning and reflection that I will never forget.” –Kogod Corporate Entrepreneurship student
As Earth Day approaches, Professor Scott Freeman digs into international aid for soil conservation in Haiti juxtaposed against the knowledge and labor traditions of rural Haitian farmers.
“DC is a microcosm of the global food security crisis,” says SIS student Lou Maroulis, who runs an urban farm that provides fresh produce to DC-area foodbanks.
Internship opportunities abound in the D.C. area.
With teacher shortage looming, American University's online programs in education will help to prepare the next generation of effective teachers and education policy leaders.
The Diplomacy, Defense, and Development program is a perfect next step for those interested in diplomacy, security, or international development.
Did Trump have the authority to order missile strikes against Syria without congressional approval? SIS Professor Jordan Tama examines recent precedent.
Hundreds of students from American University lined up two hours early to get tickets for the event. SOC professor Jane Hall interviewed Tapper and moderated student Q&A.
The 20th Celebration of Scholarships honors the impact of support and thanks donors.
Federal leaders have a new tool to help them navigate the changing nature of their work, thanks to a new book from AU School of Public Affairs’ Key Executive Leadership Program.
The rapper, actor, and author offered pearls of wisdom in Bender Arena.
Vice president, product quality and responsible sourcing, Target